Voters should not be forced to choose between exercising their right to vote and protecting individual and community health. By implementing vote-by-mail in every state, we can protect public health while also protecting the voices of our employees and communities on Election Day.
Public health is essential, but so is civic health. If we take action now, we do not have to sacrifice one to achieve the other. We’re asking business leaders to sign our letter in support of vote-by-mail.
The following companies have signed our nonpartisan letter urging civic leaders to do what is necessary to protect public health as well as the health of our republic by offering vote-by-mail to every voter for the 2020 elections.
Ben & Jerry's Homemade
Denali Summit Partners
DSM North America
Legacy Vacation Resorts
Metro Pacific Business Development Services
New Directions Collaborative
Salt Palm Development
Shifting Patterns Consulting
Teddy Stratford Apparel
W.S. Badger Company
Mark Bregman | Managing Director, Vista Labs
Matthew Douglass | Entrepreneur
Alex Han | Startup Advisor
Steven Hillion | Senior Director of Data Science, TIBCO Software
Ricardo Ibarria | Owner, SOFOS Consulting
Raj Mahajan | Director of Engineering, Synopsys
David Perry | CEO, David Perry & Associates
Paul Sun | Founder, Sceen
Binh Tran | General Partner, 500 Startups Vietnam
Please join us on Tuesday, April 7th at 4pm ET / 1pm PT for a nationwide webinar on the importance of voting by mail and how the business community can help make it happen.
American business leaders are calling for the adoption of vote-by-mail in every state to protect public health while also protecting the voices of our employees and communities on Election Day. If we take action now, we do not have to sacrifice civic health to protect public health.
We’re pleased to be joined by:
• California Secretary of State Alex Padilla
• Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman
• Amber McReynolds, CEO of the National Vote at Home Institute
• J.J. Huggins of Patagonia
During the call, we’ll discuss how business leaders can support efforts to advance vote-by-mail initiatives at the federal and state levels, do their part to educate their employees about vote-by-mail, and ensure staff have time off to vote or to complete their mail-in ballots on November 3rd. We hope you can join us!